With demand for roofing predicted to rise 3.5 percent annually in the US over the next three years, Chandler’s Roofing has taken steps to support and better educate the HOA and community associations of Los Angeles and Orange County through its membership with the California Association of Community Managers.
Chandler’s Roofing, Southern California’s leading roofing and solar contractor, today announced its official membership with California Association of Community Managers (CACM). Comprised of more than 3,000 California-based professionals from the community association management industry, CACM is the only organization in the United States to offer a California-specific educational program leading to the designation of Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) for industry professionals. Through its regular networking events, educational courses, Resource Guide, as well as its online E-Marketplace, CACM brings California common interest development (CID) industry professionals together with the top California based service providers and property management firms.
"Having Chandler's Roofing join CACM as an affiliate member is important to us. Their knowledge of relevant roofing techniques and technical expertise will afford great education for our manager members," stated CACM president and CEO, Karen D. Conlon.
With a long history of working with homeowners associations (HOA), community management groups and CID’s, Chandler’s Roofing is repositioning itself to better support the anticipated roofing and solar demands of the CID communities in Los Angeles and Orange County over the next few years. According to a recent study from The Freedonia Group, Inc., the US demand for roofing is projected to rise 3.5 percent annually to 268 million roofing squares in 2017, valued at $27.2 billion.
“We see a lot of pent up demand within the HOA arena, as well increased pressures from rising energy costs and Title 24 roof compliance in Southern California,” commented Trevor Leeds, president of Chandler’s Roofing. “Chandler's Roofing is strategically positioned to support the HOA roofing and solar market in Southern California and we know that getting involved with an organization such as CACM will only help us to better educate Los Angeles and Orange County community leaders with the proper roofing and solar specifications for their communities.”
Multiple HOA and community management groups utilize Chandler’s Roofing for their annual roof maintenance programs, solar power services, rain gutters, and re-roofing applications for both steep-slope and low-slope roofing systems. In October 2013, Chandler’s Roofing was featured in both Western Roofing magazine and Professional Roofing magazine for their outstanding work and coordination of a condo re-roof project of the Pines Town homes in Lomita, CA. Additionally, Chandler's Roofing was awarded the Residential Roofing Contractor of the Year by Roofing Contractor magazine in 2011.
About Chandler’s Roofing:
Originally established in 1942, Chandler's Roofing has been recognized as the premier Southern California roofing contractor, winning leading industry awards such as 2011 Roofing Contractor of the Year and 2010-13 Angie's List Super Service Awards, and earning the prestigious Master Elite™, Master Select™ and Solar Elite™ Contractor status with America's largest roofing manufacturer, GAF. With a long history in high-quality craftsmanship, Chandler's Roofing is skilled in multiple residential, commercial, and industrial new roof and re-roof applications, providing complete roofing, solar, rain gutter, insulation, skylight, and custom sheet metal solutions to its clients. For more information about Chandler's Roofing, visit http://www.chandlersroofing.com.
Based in Laguna Hills, CA, CACM is the only community association management organization in the nation to offer a California-specific educational program leading to the designation of Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) for industry professionals. CACM’s membership is composed of more than 3,000 California-based professionals from the community association management industry. California is home to more than 48,500 associations. For more information on CACM, visit http://www.cacm.org.
Posted on 01/06/2014 at 12:00:00 AM